2017-02-22: Edward Przydzial: "libel, defamation and illegal harassment connected to my name"

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Lorin O'Landry

Unpaid Legal Adviser, Father, Lover
May 12, 2016
Cloudflare received a DMCA copyright infringement complaint regarding:


Below is the complaint we received:

Reporter's Name: edward przydzial
Copyright Holder's Name: edward przydzial
Reporter's Email Address: edwardprzydzial@gmail.com
Reporter's Title: photographer - artist
Reporter's Company Name: emerald city productions, inc.
Reporter's Telephone Number: 323.632.4512
Reporter's Address: ecpi box 3919 hollywood, california US
Reported URLs:
Original Work: my photos, artwork, links and graphics are here and it is posted on various page (74) in total including libel, defamation and illegal harassment connected to my name.

the various public figure aliases: bernard edwards, eddie dzial and my full real name edward bernard przydzial.

my name and likeness are copyrighted by me.

We have provided the name of your hosting provider to the reporter. Additionally, we have forwarded this complaint to your hosting provider as well.


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Feb 3, 2013


Apteryx Owenii

Happy to no longer have CWC-related username
True & Honest Fan
Nov 11, 2016
Oh good, someone who thinks they can copyright their own name and make it into a powerword that only they can use. Gee, if that works why don't more people do it?

(spoiler alert for budding sovereign citizens out there- it doesn't work)

Feline Darkmage

Gamer Gril Queen
Retired Staff
True & Honest Fan
Feb 11, 2016
lol the convicted felon ex-pornstars are out in full force. they seem mad about something.


Person of Interest
Mar 11, 2017

The right of publicity, often called personality rights, is the right of an individual
to control the commercial use of his or her name, image, likeness, or other
unequivocal aspects of one's identity. It is generally considered a property right
as opposed to a personal right, and as such, the validity of the right of publicity
may survive the death of the individual .

3 common ways or Grounds for Stopping the Use of Your Likeness or image from being used by a website:

Right of Publicity
if an individual's image is used for commercial purposes,
the use of that image may be infringing on their right of publicity.
This right only applies in a commercial context and it must be that
an individual's image is used to sell products or in such a way
at to imply that they endorse the product. Also, the public must be able
to identify that person's image. This right extends beyond an individual's likeness and can include:
Performance style

Invasion of Privacy
if the website posts a false or highly offensive portrayal
of someone, it may constitute an invasion of privacy. Also, an invasion of
privacy may occur if the picture was taken by some means of intrusion into
that person's reasonable expectation of privacy, such as:
Hidden cameras
Using infrared or telephoto lenses

Defamation -
if the image creates a false impression
AND injures an individual's reputation, there may be a claim for defamation.
A picture that is simply unflattering is not enough to make out a defamation case.
Rather, the image must portray that person in a false manner AND
cause people in the community to think less of the individual.

U.S. states that recognize rights of publicity Alabama California Connecticut
Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Kentucky Massachusetts
Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New York
Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania Rhode Island Tennessee Texas Utah
Virginia Washington Wisconsin



Person of Interest
Mar 11, 2017
well just got the memo , = domains that are gone re-directed & hamster danced!
candicelynnpotter dot com & EDWARDBERNARDPRZYDZIAL dot COM

Thursday, August 31, 2017 1:06 PM i received this

Dear Mr Przydzial, This test does not accurately reflect the testing status of any person.
Due to your sharing of falsified or forged test results
we have blocked you from accessing the services of FSCPASS
in order to protect the integrity of the industry standardized testing protocols
and the privacy of its users. Please note that making false statements of fact
that harm the reputation of an individual or business,
are not protected under Constitutional Free Speech provisions
and can be pursued in a court of law as defamation/libel.
conveying false information regarding HIV status
may fall within the narrow category of defamation per se.
Liability also attaches for retransmitting such false information,
even if you are not the original source of the information.
Lastly, please also note that if this test were reflecting the accurate testing status of any person,
your sharing of this information with other persons would be in conflict with federal protections
of people living with HIV against discrimination under the American Disabilities Act.
Sincerely, Eric Paul Leue Executive Director


when you find a stranger in the Alps
Retired Staff
True & Honest Fan
Dec 28, 2014
Why do these tards suddenly flip out about nothing?
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